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percept

[′pər‚sept]
(psychology)
A mental image of something perceived.
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Functionality is the term used for a stack of behaviour that consists of grouping related goals, percepts, actions and data relevant to behaviour (Padgham, Winikoff 2004).
The right hemisphere's primary percepts, the result of the brain's integration of modal experiences into objects and events, were further reinforced and stabilized through 'naming', or the attachment to them of neutral phonetic strings--the left hemisphere's secondary percepts or words.
The TR procedure can be programmed to monitor beliefs inferred from sensor readings and a model of the environment, rather than percepts.
Nietzsche is the one to have linked together the "lightness" of knowing and the "untimeliness" to which it is a force of the arts to give "body" and "space," inventing new affects and new percepts, new ways of experiencing and seeing:
However, our minds are also able to create conscious percepts in the absence of any sensory stimulation; these internally generated percepts are referred to as mental images, and they have many similarities with real visual percepts; consequently, mental imagery is often referred to as seeing in the mind s eye .
This section covers the current as well as future percepts of demand & supply, LNG infrastructure & pricing for China LNG market.
Key questions include: How are percepts built up in the cortex and how are judgments of the percept made?
As long as they remain percept, directly involving the perceiver, they are alive.